My first task after getting back from a trip is stitching all the panoramics I took together in photoshop. After a long archaeological survey through scenic country this can be a LOT of pan stitching. It's a pain to do, but I find if I don't do it right away that they never get done.
The good part is that I get to relive the trip and find out what panoramics 'worked' and which did not. I am always surprised by a few images I did not expect to work out, and there are also always few that don't work out as expected. On this trip I had high hopes for a few of the sunrise and sunset pictures but the sea ended up warped in them.
The unexpectedly good pan is the one of the porch. I created it from five vertically oriented pictures. I wish I had done the same for a view of 'baby beach'. All of my beach pans had problems created a nicely curved beach, and I think the fix would have been more pictures breaking up the curve so to speak. This technique also worked for the top picture of Waimea Canyon. Patrick
|Favorite spot on vacation - the porch|
|Waimea Canyon - deep canyon for such a small island|
|Catamaran scene and the Na Pali Coast|
|Another favorite spot - baby beach|
|Rainbow over baby beach|
|Sponge Bob Square Pants!|
|2 Stueys at Baby beach|
|Wedding on the beach just after sunset|